• Eco-Ableism in Environmental Activism

    By Rebecca MacGill

    Single use plastics have been a hot topic for a hot minute with plastic straws at the center ever since a video originally surfaced of a turtle with a plastic straw stuck in its nose…

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  • The Ship of Magic Book Review

    By Aundine Janke

    The Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb is the first installment in her Liveship Traders Trilogy, an adult epic fantasy where ships come to life. Being passed down through a trader family, the wizardwood ships must have 3 generations die…

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  • Anuradha Ghandy is the Spirit of International Women’s Day!

    “By propagating women’s nature as non-violent they are discouraging women from becoming fighters in the struggle for their own emancipation and that of society” Phillosophical Trends of the Feminist Movement

    Anuradha Gandhy was, to the people of India and of the World, a shining example for all to follow…

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    Sports Are In Session!

    By Kate Koenig

    After 6 months of school, sports are finally here! On February 22, fall sports—volleyball, cross country, girls swim, football, boys tennis, and girls soccer—officially began…

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    Breaking: Capitol Building Insurrection and Progress on Impeachment

    By Hutch Clarke

    If you’ve paid attention to the news in the past week, you’re familiar with the events at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. last week. Trump supporters raided the Capitol in protest of what they claim to be fraudulent election results while electoral college votes were being counted.

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  • A Halloween Like No Other

    By Ellie Hanson
    It’s Halloween! The leaves are falling, the air is crisp, and pumpkins are everywhere– just like every year. There are, of course, some obvious differences this year. Every family has different ideas…

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  • Black Cats and White Lies Around Halloween

    By Rebecca MacGill
    Every year around Halloween, black cats’ faces start popping up everywhere as the spooky season begins. Their mysterious reputation has gained them popularity in the media, but their yearly appearance on magazine covers and cheap Party City decals affect real cats waiting to be adopted in shelters.

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  • Dealing With Classes You Struggle With

    By Vanessa Oxales

    You might be one of those students who says they will finish all their homework the day they get it. Then you end up doing it all the night before or maybe the day of because you get too stressed and don’t understand how to do it. Most of the time you can’t drop out of a class, but there are many ways you can get help if you’re struggling.

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  • Socktober

    By Ariana Burr

    On October 17th, Edmonds-Woodway was busy collecting socks for the fall sock drive from 11:00am to 1:00pm. As the cold weather approaches, many people in need require new, warm socks.

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  • Edmonds Beach Cleanup

    “Considering the COVID pandemic, it’s important to lower the chances of spread by properly throwing away trash!” – Mariana Rolon By Severin Kavanah The Edmonds Beach Cleanup took place this

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The Ship of Magic Book Review

By Aundine Janke

The Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb is the first installment in her Liveship Traders Trilogy, an adult epic fantasy where ships come to life. Being passed down through a trader family, the wizardwood ships must have 3 generations die…

The Ship of Magic Book Review

By Aundine Janke

The Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb is the first installment in her Liveship Traders Trilogy, an adult epic fantasy where ships come to life. Being passed down through a trader family, the wizardwood ships must have 3 generations die…